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Potentially dysfunctional impacts of harmonising accounting standards

Andrew Higson

Potentially dysfunctional impacts of harmonising accounting standards

the case of intangible assets

by Andrew Higson

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Published by Loughborough University Banking Centre in Loughborough .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Accounting -- Standards.,
  • Intangible property -- Accounting.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Andrew Higson & Reg Mathews.
    SeriesLUBC research paper -- no. 142/2000
    ContributionsMathews, M. R., Loughborough University Banking Centre.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsOxf
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 14 p. ;
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19212191M
    ISBN 101899275665

    The Case for Global Accounting Standards: Arguments and Evidence The expected benefits of global accounting standards are compelling. The use of one set of high quality standards by companies throughout the world has the potential to improve the accounting reporting regimes is a more effective way to attract foreign capital than Cited by:   Fair value accounting impact 1. International Journal of Business and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 20; November Fair Value Accounting: Its Impacts on Financial Reporting and How It Can Be Enhancedto Provide More Clarity and Reliability of Information for Users of Financial Statements Ashford C. Chea School of Business, Kentucky Wesleyan College .

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    1—the standards should include a core set of accounting pronouncements that constitute a comprehensive, generally accepted basis of accounting 2—the standards must be of high quality— they must result in comparability and transparency and they must provide for full disclosure 3—the standards must be rigorously interpreted and Size: 63KB. Journal of Business & Economics Research – January, Volume 9, Number 1 3 On the other hand, FAS The Fair Value Option for Financial Assets and Financial Liabilities (now referred to as ASC ), was created in February , to establish “presentation and disclosure requirements designed to facilitate comparisons between entities that choose different .


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POTENTIALLY DYSFUNCTIONAL IMPACTS OF HARMONISING ACCOUNTING STANDARDS: THE CASE OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS By M.R. Mathews* and A.W. Higson ** * Department of Accountancy and Business Law College of Business Massey University Palmerston North New Zealand ** The Business School Loughborough University Loughborough Leicestershire LE11.

Andrew Higson is the author of English Heritage, English Cinema ( avg rating, 18 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Film England ( avg rating, /5. Convergence of Accounting Standards 3 Convergence of Accounting Standards Definition and concept In a financial reporting context, convergence is the process of harmonising accounting standards issued by different regulatory bodies.

One example might be the convergence of International Accounting Standards (IAS) and US Size: KB. Harmonization of Accounting Standards: Achievements and Prospects [Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Harmonization of Accounting Standards: Achievements and ProspectsAuthor: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. Assessment of accounting standards from a financial stability perspective December CONTENTS CONTENTS 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4 2 INTRODUCTION 8 3 CRITERIA FOR Potentially dysfunctional impacts of harmonising accounting standards book ACCOUNTING STANDARDS FROM A FINANCIAL STABILITY PERSPECTIVE 8 Criterion I – Reliance on principles-based accounting standards 9 Criterion II – Use of.

The development of social and environmental accounting research (Discussion Paper Series No. Palmerston North, NZ: Massey University, School of Accountancy. Mathews, M. R., & Higson, A. Potentially dysfunctional impacts of harmonising accounting standards: The case of intangible assets (Discussion Paper Series No.

Accounting for intangible assets. the difference between the market value of companies and its book value. DYSFUNCTIONAL IMPACTS OF HARMONISING ACCOUNTING STANDARDS: THE CASE OF INTANGIBLE Author: Lloyd Austin.

The Benefits of the Harmonization of Accounting Standards. Since the harmonization is a relatively difficult process, why go through it.

There are significant benefits to the harmonization of accounting standards. Once that work is done, you have far more precise information from a global standpoint.

New joint research from the University of Chicago and the Humboldt University of Berlin shows that the recent EU harmonisation of accounting and auditing standards had a discernible positive effect on accountants’ cross-border migration relative to other professions when compared with pre-harmonisation levels.

The international accounting firms are also worried about the increasing interest of outsiders in the profession and the wish the standard setting process to be kept outside of the hands of the government (Samuels and Piper,). The achievements or successes of both EU and IASC/IASB in harmonising accounting practices.

Harmonization of Accounting Standards The Enron scandal was identified as one of the most devastating scandals in the history of modern business. The effects of this single scandal spread throughout the United States and critically calls for significant changes in financial evaluation standards (‘The Enron Effect’.

The impacts of the implementation of International Accounting Standards Theodosia Leventi Department of Business Administration, T.E.I. of Larissa, Greece [email protected] Abstract This paper belongs to the category of literature review.

In this descriptive article we take a brief look at the impacts of the. Author’s Note: Fair Value Measurements is a relatively new development in financial reporting. This article is the third in a series of four that describe the controversial history of fair value measurement, the changing role of financial professionals, the preparation of financial statement that may incorporate the work of an outside valuation specialist, audit evidence, and the.

new accounting standards allow fair value change profit or loss to be shown in the income statement, a big change of an asset’s fair value during a certain period may cause a big change of a listed company’s operating profit, which makes.

accounting standards throughout the world to be raised to the highest possible level and to be consistent with local economic, legal and social conditions. (Choi, Frost and Meek ). The harmonization would be beneficial to those countries, which do not have adequate codified standards of accounting and auditing, and to internationalCited by: 4.

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of accounting standards and laws. In an attempt to study accounting harmonization in the public sector, some authors (Fuertes, ) define the harmonizing process, as being opposite to diversity and variation, or by expressing a decrease in contradictory rules and thus resulting in obtaining a higher comparability degree for financial reporting.

This paper investigates, in an associative study, the value relevance of the comprehensive income in relation to that of net income, as a consequence of the application of IFRS in Romania, in companies whose securities are admitted for transactions on a regulated market, started with the fiscal year Cited by: 5.

Harmonization of International Accounting Standards: Advantages & Disadvantages, Obstacles & Solutions As the trend for globalization in business becomes increasingly important for economic success, many issues arise through international business practices for corporations, governments, and investors.

The coordination of efforts, to compile an international set of standards, was formalized in by the International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC).

Their objective is to “work generally for the improvement and harmonization of regulations, accounting standards, and procedures relating to the presentation of financial statements Cited by:. Labour mobility is an important prerequisite for the efficiency of labour markets.

In the EU, however, different standards across countries present an implicit economic barrier for high-skilled professionals. This column examines how the recent EU harmonisation of professional standards in accounting affected cross-border migration relative to other .Result: The international harmonisation of Accounting Standards is a process, which brings international Accounting Standards into some sort of agreement, in order to achieve a common set of Accounting principles.

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